“Anti-Judaism and Its Implications: A Symposium,” held April 27 in Miller Library, was a daylong national conference convening international scholars including David Nirenberg of the University of Chicago, author of Anti-Judaism: The Western Tradition.

Roundtable discussions covered “The Politics of Anti-Judaism,” moderated by Pulver Family Associate Professor of Jewish Studies David Freidenreich; “Anti-Judaism and the Arts,” moderated by Assistant Professor of English Megan Cook; and “The Historiographic Implications of Anti-Judaism,” moderated by Daniel Lord Smail of Harvard. Colby student presented posters on anti-Judaism and Muslims.

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